## Your turn - Session III

Completion requirements

**Opened:**Thursday, 9 November 2017, 12:00 AM

**Due:**Saturday, 18 November 2017, 12:00 AM

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...) about the issues involved in uncertain reasoning.

Possible tasks I have proposed are:

- Solve and present/write the solution to some exercise at the end of Barber (Chapter 1).
- Are basic axioms of probability reasonable? Discuss the meaning of the basic axioms of ”classical probability” and their implications. Start with AIMA, 13.2.3
- Where do probabilities come from? Present the different views about the source of probabilities: frequentist, objectivist, subjectivist … Start with AIMA (3rd edition), box page 491
- Build a Bayesian network for a new example and compute some inference. See for example exercises at the end of AIMA, ch 14.
- Study the AIMA-code for the Enumeration algorithm, run it on an example and report.
- Study the AIMA-code for the Variable Elimination algorithms, run it on an example and report.
- First order probability models (AIMA)
- Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic
- Dempster–Shafer theory
- Study and implement the Forward–Backward algorithm for smoothing
- Study and implement the Viterbi algorithm for computing the most likely sequence.
- Describe a problem that can be tackled with Viterbi.